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MSU American Indian Heritage Day celebration set Sept. 26

September 19, 2008

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Montana State University will celebrate MSU American Indian Heritage Day with a variety of campus activities scheduled from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 26, on MSU's Centennial Mall.

Mylo Smith Redwater, a Lakota jokester, will entertain at the ceremonies, which will be held behind Montana Hall. Bill Yellowtail, MSU's Katz Endowed Chair in Native American Studies, will speak. Shane Doyle and the Bobcat Singers drum group will perform as will the MSU dancers. There will also be a tipi raising.

The events are being presented by the MSU American Indian Council. Sponsors include the council, the President's Office, the Department of Education, the Native American Studies department, the Diversity Awareness Office, the College of Education, Health and Human Development's Dean's Office.

For more information, contact Jim Burns at jburns@montana.edu or Jioanna Carjuzaa at carjuzaa@montana.edu.

Contact: Jim Burns (406) 994-4880